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Alternative,Dance Club,Indie
Combining punk abandon and tightly-coiled dance music has always been bonded into the DNA of !!! (pronounced Chk-Chk-Chk). It's this core plus their growth and mastery of songwriting that has seen them outlive the mid-2000s 'indie/dance punk' tag and has allowed them to consistently grow lyrically and sonically from album to album. As If is their most transcendent collection of songs yet.
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"An Evening With Pamela Rotner Sakamoto, Author of "Midnight in Broad Daylight: A Japanese Family Caught Between Two Worlds"
Hear historian Pamela Rotner Sakamoto at a book talk jointly presented by Saint Martin’s University’s O’Grady Library and the Lacey branch of Timberland Regional Library. You’ll learn about the Fukuhara family, a Japanese-American family from nearby Auburn whose members are split between Hiroshima, Japan, and the United States when World War II breaks out. One sister and a brother, Harry, are sent to Japanese internment camps, where he joins the U.S. Army and becomes a decorated interpreter; their three brothers are drafted into the Japanese Army. The family in Hiroshima personally experiences the dawn of the nuclear age. In light of the 75th anniversary of U.S. internment of Japanese-Americans after Pearl Harbor and the current immigration debate, it’s a timely discussion. Book-signing follows.
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"Europe: The New Realities"
A presentation by delegates from the City of Minsk Mazowiecki, Poland, a sister-city to Lacey since 2003.
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"Luther's Small Catechism" led by Pastor Eric Hullstrom
An in depth translation of Luther's explanations along with other catechetical study helps, such as prayers, worship rites, etc.
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'68 is a rock duo from Atlanta.
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1 Uppers
The 1uppers is a country band. A band that is all about sad songs, memorable melodies, tight harmonies, guitar solos and matching suits.
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Broadway, Jazz, Blues, Swing, Pop
10th annual "Sounds of Brass Pops" concert.
Sounds of brass concert with jazz-blues guitar soloist Tim Lerch of Pearl Django. 16 member brass/percussion ensemble. Music of film, Broadway, and standard tunes.
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Community Event
16th Annual Livable Community Fair
Key Peninsula Civic Center 16th Annual Livable Community Fair Come join us in celebration at our 16th Annual Livable Community Fair, May 6th from 10am to 3pm. This highly anticipated resource fair is hosted by the Key Peninsula Civic Center Association, 17010 South Vaughn Rd., K.P.N., Vaughn, WA and will be held one week earlier than in years past. Over fifty exhibitors will exhibit in the gym & Whitmore Room to share resources and information about services and activities offered to our community. Nonprofit organizations will exhibit in the gym and Youth Groups will be showcased in the Whitmore room. Throughout the day there will be music provided by the Bluegrass Minstrels and local school musicians. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, the concessions will offer fare from south of the border. Cascade Blood Services will be present with its Bloodmobile. Pierce County Library will be present with its Bookmobile. Other outside activities include the popular trout pond fishing event, (supported by our local Key Peninsula IAFF Firefighter’s union) the favorite Touch-a-truck scene that attracts visitors of all ages that includes at printing a firetruck, EMT vehicle, and Archon Tree Service equipment. Washington State Patrol will return with its no-texting exhibit. Not to be missed is the Key Peninsula Historical Society open house during the hours of the fair. Their activities will delight visitors of all ages as they experience how our ancestors did everyday chores such as washing clothes, grinding coffee, making butter and greeting cards in the VFW room. Last but not least – the Lakebay Fuchsia Society will hold their annual, well anticipated, Mother’s Day plant sale starting at 9 a.m. until closing. The WSU Master Gardeners will also be on hand to answer all your plant questions. The Key Peninsula Civic Center is grateful for the generous sponsorships of this event: Peninsula Light Co. (Platinum), Food Market at Key Center (Silver); Key Pen Parks (Silver in-kind); Key Center IAFF # 3152 (Silver); KP School Bus Connects (Silver & courtesy of Jeff & Marcia Harris); KP News (Silver in-kind sponsor); KGHP Radio (Silver in-kind sponsor); KP Community Services, (Bronze); Fresh Food Revolution (Bronze) and Costco Wholesale (Bronze). For more information please contact the KP Civic Center office at 253-884-3456, email, or online or .
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The 1975
The 1975 is a four-piece, Manchester-based British band that initially formed in 2002 as a punk band but has begun to emerge as a mix of art rock, glossy '80s pop and electronica-tinged R&B.
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2017 Grays Harbor Home and Garden Show
The 17th annual Grays Harbor Home and Garden Show opens its doors on May 20 at 9:00 a.m. The WSU Master Gardeners return with a show that fills the entire event center at the Grays Harbor Fairgrounds. More shopping and more classes than ever before! Special guests this year are: Sam Benowitz— speaking at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, May 20, Sam is the owner of Raintree Nursery, the popular fruit-and-nut nursery just south of us. He’ll talk about “Proven Fruits and Berries for SW Washington.” He’ll also give visitors a chance to learn first-hand about grafting fruit trees during a special demonstration. Ciscoe Morris—speaking at 1:00 Sunday, May 21, Ciscoe brings his always-entertaining and informative presentation. This year he will focus on “Favorite Plants for Late Spring.” He’ll talk about his favorite plants and how to take care of them. There will also be time for Ciscoe to answer your questions. Hours are Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is free, and so is parking.
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